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Default Value Date - CJ88 Settlement

Hi,

Would like to know how i can default the value date (for currency translation) for project settlement CJ88.

The system defaults the last date of the current period in the value date. However i would like to set the value date to document date or the creation date.

Is there any way i can default the value date either in SPRO or in some other place.

Thanks,

Chetan

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 12:07 PM

    System uses the posting date as period end date of current period and this is standard.

    If you wish to have a document date as the posting period, execute the settlement run (CJ88) choosing the posting date from the menu as below.

    Extras>Posting Date (Mention the document date)

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    Sreenivas

    Pls close the post if satisfied

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      I can understand the concern of currency difference but I haven't come across such scenario.

      I think you also have the option of mentioning the value date apart from the posting date while doing the settlement (CJ88) menu Extras>Value date

      Can't you reverse the settlement mentioning the date was required in the value date? Again I don't think you can control the value date to be defaulted with document date through config. You can better post a thread in FI forum. Not sure if I had helped you with this.

      Lets wait for others view.

      Regards

      Sreenivas

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